Welcome to Lewisburg

Welcome to the little City of Lewisburg! Come and enjoy the scenic beauty of Lake Malone or join us for the Purple Martin Festival. Lewisburg is the access point by which you can reach two of the most beautiful and unique scenic by-ways in Logan County, Duncan Ridge and Iron Mountain Rds. US 106, East or West of town takes the visitor to the southern entrance of a nature lovers drive.

Lewisburg is located 39 miles NE of Clarksville, Tennessee and 57 miles N of Nashville, Tennessee. The city contains a population of approximately 903 people. Come and see what Lewisburg has to offer the family that wants to spend some quality time away from the fast pace of todays lifestyle! Come and take a walk, a hike or a look at the sky!

History of Lewisburg

The town of Lewisburg began in 1872 when the Nashville and Owensboro railroad line was being surveyed and graded from Central City to Russellville. Prior to 1872 a nearby village called Henrysville, which was named after S. J. Henry and located one mile south of Lewisburgs present location, served the area. It consisted of a post office, the postman was William F. Henry, and a few stores. Mr. Henry named the town.

The new town of Lewisburg was laid out on land purchased from Asa Hardinson by Mr. Henry. The new town would be located close to the railroad and so named for Eugene. C. Lewis, a Civil Engineer for the railroad company.